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Radiation of Uranium Mines Talk
Aug 23, 2018 by Safe Radiation
Slides for the talk "RADIATION OF URANIUM...
The 5th Asia & Oceanic IRPA Regional Congress on Radiation Protection
May 31, 2018 by Safe Radiation
The 5th Asia & Oceanic IRPA Regional...
NJ College Radon Talk
Apr 5, 2018 by Safe Radiation
Slides for the talk "A brief life story...
RSUG Meeting - Friday 23rd of February 2018
Posted on Feb 21, 2018 by Safe Radiation
If you are a member and have registered for the RSUG meeting on this Friday 23rd of February 2018, keep an eye out for Safe Radiation. It’s all going to be happening at the Pineapple Hotel in Kangaroo Point. The event will be fully catered and as Safe Radiation is a proud sponsor of RSUG we encourage you to attend. We hope to see you there as Riaz Akber from Safe Radiation will be presenting a talk on the latest developments about radon related radiation dose. The...
Happy birthday Dimitri Mendeleev
Posted on Feb 9, 2018 by Safe Radiation
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released a post to acknowledge Dimitri Mendeleev’s contributions as an architect of the Periodic Table of Elements. He was born on 8 February 1834 in Tobolsk, Russia. His version of the periodic table was initially released as a formal presentation on 6 March 1869 and later in the same year published in a scientific journal Zeitschrift für Chemie . See an extract below from the first...
Radon progeny is not so noble
Posted on Feb 7, 2018 by Safe Radiation
Radon-222 is an isotope of the noble gas ‘radon’. It is radium-226’s daughter. Its genealogy can be traced upwards as the seventh generation of a primordial series parent uranium-238. Variable quantities of uranium and its entire generations of progeny can be found in different rocks and minerals. Being a gas, some of radon exhales from the rocks and appears as traces in the air. Radon-222 inhalation is associated with increased probability of lung...